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css conflict with suffusion theme (2 posts)

  1. PeterC66
    Member
    Posted 4 months ago #

    I have just started using your plugin, for which thanks. It looks good, but in this comment only the fonts are too big. I have traced this to your use of <div class="entry fix">, which picks up .entry, .non-wp-entry { font-size:16px;} in the Suffusion style.css. Normal comments do not do this.
    I don't know much about CSS, but is there a way of my getting round this in the short term, or else your getting round it when you revise the plugin? I have tried removing the .entry, .non-wp-entry css code, but each time I do it gets picked up from somewhere earlier up the cascade. I have tried using the post id (#post-932) instead, but this gets overridden by the theme style as well.
    The plugin is usable as is, but looks a little awkward and I would like to get the comment in the guest book to look like the other comments. Any advice appreciated. Thanks.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/comment-guestbook/

  2. mibuthu
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 4 months ago #

    First of all I think you have enabled the option Guestbook Comments Adjustment which is required for most of the options.
    If this is true there could be 2 possibilities why the guestbook comments look different to normal comments:

    • The comment callback function of your theme couldn't be found (see Settings -> Guestbook -> Comment-list settings -> Comment Callback Function)
    • You have enabled comment adjustment (see Settings -> Guestbook -> Comment html code -> Comment Adjustment)

    There are 2 solutions to solve the problem:

    • You can enter the comment callback function of your theme manually. You have to search through your theme and have to find the function which displays a comment.
    • You can modify the Comment html code to the code used in your theme or your specific code.

    Hope this helps :-)

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